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Smt. Vijayalakshmi is a practicing Naturopath. She has given many lectures at AYUSH, a Govt. of India undertaking. She is also a specialist in Colour Therapy and Organic Farming.

Coconut Trees

AGAR TREE TO MAKE AGARBATHIS This is used to prepare 500 aromatic items.  A kilo of the tree piece is sold at Rs.30,000.  It starts giving income 7 years after planting.  Cattle do not eat them.  They require less water.  But they can be grown where Coconut and Arecanut trees are grown to give them [...]

By |2020-10-14T21:55:53+05:30October 14th, 2020|Natural Remedies, Natural Remedies- Plants|0 Comments

Coconut Trees

DRYING OF COCONUT TREES Cut leaves of Neem, Pongamia and VitexNegundo and soak in Cow urine in a mud pot for 15 days.  Stir it anti clockwise daily.  After 15 days, pour a little around the tree daily.   This also increases the yield. COLOURS OF PLANTS If the soil lacks Dhuttanagam (Tamil), the plants will [...]

By |2020-10-09T22:46:23+05:30October 9th, 2020|Natural Remedies, Natural Remedies- Plants|0 Comments

Coconut Tree

SOYABEAN AS A SUPPORT CROP It can be grown as a support crop with Sugarcane, Plantain, Turmeric, Cotton, Sweet Potato, Coconut and Maize.  It yields just in 3 months.  Its roots absorb Nitrogen from the atmosphere and add it to the soil. HONEY BEES AND MORE YIELDS If honey bees are kept on lands where [...]

By |2020-10-09T22:47:04+05:30October 8th, 2020|Natural Remedies, Natural Remedies- Plants|0 Comments

COCONUT TREE – SUPPORT CROPS

COCONUT TREE - SUPPORT CROPS Serumani 1 type (Tamil name) Betel can be planted under Coconut trees.  They climb and grow well.  This makes Coconut tree too fertile.  The raw coconuts do not fall down.  Such coconut trees can withstand heat too. 15 days after planting Coconut saplings, Urad dal seeds can be sprinkled all [...]

By |2020-10-09T22:47:59+05:30October 1st, 2020|Natural Remedies, Natural Remedies- Plants|0 Comments

Coconut Trees

PLANTING COCONUT SAPLINGS The yield is faster if they are planted at the depth of 3 feet. INSECT REPELLENT & MORE YIELD STIMULANT - VRIKSHAYURVEDA Take 20 liters of Cow urine without dung in it.  Mix Calamus, Harda, Ajwain, Clove, Dry Ginger, Pepper, Mustard, Vayvidang and Turmeric and powder.  Add a kilo of this powder [...]

By |2020-10-09T22:48:51+05:30September 28th, 2020|Natural Remedies, Natural Remedies- Plants|0 Comments

Clearing Nut – Nirmali

INSECT REPELLANT – VRIKSHAYURVEDA Plant Clearing Nut near and around all the trees. GETTING MANY NUTS-VRIKSHAYURVEDA Grind Gingilly and pour with water often. It improves body and water. So it is called Thettran in Tamil. If planted on the bunds of water bodies, the seeds fall into the water and purify them. So, they should [...]

By |2020-09-28T23:47:39+05:30September 17th, 2020|Natural Remedies|0 Comments

Chillies

COPPER AND CHILLIES Red Chillies have Copper.  It strengthens body and destroys harmful bacteria. ROTTING OF CHILLIES ON PLANTS Grind 10 kg of Bilva leaves.  Extract juice.  Mix a liter of the juice with 10 liters of water and spray. VEGETABLES Make a pit of 20 feet length, 4 feet width and ¾ foot depth.  [...]

By |2020-08-28T22:42:02+05:30August 28th, 2020|Natural Remedies, Natural Remedies- Plants|0 Comments

Champa Tree

Champa can be propagated by seeds. UNIQUE FEATURES This tree is evergreen. Flowers bloom from third year onward. It can grow even BEYOND 100 FEET. It cannot withstand severe dryness. Silkworms eat these leaves. The fruits are eaten by birds. It can be propagated by seeds and grafting. The seeds should be collected in August [...]

By |2020-08-24T01:02:22+05:30August 24th, 2020|Natural Remedies, Natural Remedies- Plants|0 Comments

Castor

CASTOR REDUCES ALL THE DOSHAS. Castor is an annual crop. If they are grown on borders, they are not destroyed. They grow for many years. If they are grown inside the land, after plucking the harvest in 7 to 8 months, they should be used as mulch. Weeds do not grow much in the soil [...]

By |2020-08-17T22:25:36+05:30August 17th, 2020|Natural Remedies|0 Comments